A celebration that attracts tens of thousands of visitors, and artists from around the world, IFAM is one of Santa Fe’s largest events and a major economic driver for the Santa Fe region. The event is also a huge revenue source for worldwide artists. Since its inception, the market has generated more than $34 million in revenue, with the majority going back home with artists from around the globe.
Gabriel O. Paloma is a renowned traditional potter and educator from the Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico, and he is a well-established SWAIA Fellowship Award Artist (2004). As part of MIAC’s Native Pottery Demonstration Series, Gabriel will demonstrate his pottery-making techniques.
The Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property has an extraordinary collection of objects and artwork. On July 27, 2021 join Collections Specialist Ivana Montenegro as she continues her series, Exploring the Collections. On the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month you will have an opportunity to see special objects and explore their stories.
Jul 28, 2021
Engaging the Future: Conversations with Goodman Fellowship Artists
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Conversations with Adrian Standing Elk Pinnecoose (Navajo/Southern Ute)
The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) invites you to the third iteration of our new lecture series, Engaging the Future: Conversations with Goodman Fellowship Artists. This series is an opportunity for our MIAC community to become better acquainted with our Goodman Fellows through hour-long Zoom visits to their home studios. They will bring us up-to-date on what they have been doing since receiving the Fellowship.